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Discovering walks in Buckinghamshire

Ron Pigram

Discovering walks in Buckinghamshire

by Ron Pigram

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Published by Shire Publications in Aylesbury .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Walking.,
  • Buckinghamshire -- Description and travel -- Guide-books.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementRonald Pigram.
    Series(Discovering series) -- 204
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA670.B9
    The Physical Object
    Pagination48p. :
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21618275M
    ISBN 100852632991
    OCLC/WorldCa16308014

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Discovering walks in Buckinghamshire by Ron Pigram Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Buckinghamshire walks below are free to download and print, and all routes have GPS files. The highlights of this attractive county include the Chiltern Hills, the Chess Valley, attractive villages, fine country houses set in parkland and circular walks in Wendover Woods to the highest point in the County.

Welcome to Marlow. Marlow on the banks of the River Thames in Buckinghamshire is almost exactly half way between Oxford and London.

The town owes its very existence to the river and this walk will explore how it has shaped the lives of the people who have lived along its banks.

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From prints people learned what places were like, about natural history, architecture, costumes, transport, battles. Now home to some of Marlow’s more affluent citizens it once housed bargemen, brewers and coal porters. So close your eyes and imagine a very different St Peter’s Street. Noisy with the sounds of carts rattling up and down laden with goods, the cries of porters, the sights, sounds, smells of a brewery, the hustle and bustle of a working.

On a chilly autumnal day, we headed over to Great Missenden in Buckinghamshire to get involved with the filming of a walk for ITV - Britain’s Favourite Walks. The theme of the walk was famous children's author Roald Dahl, who lived and wrote his books in Great Missenden for 36 years. Marlow Circular Walk The miles Saturday Walkers Club walk is available also in the book Time Out Country Walks Near London Volume 2 ().

It follows the Thames Path for the first 5 miles before going inland up over the wooded hills behind and then back down into Marlow.

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An affluent town on the Middle Thames, Marlow was an important crossing on the river as early as the 13th century when the Knights Templar built the first bridge. The town has a prestigious rowing club (founded ), and one of its members is the Marlow-born Steve Redgrave, the most decorated male rower in Olympic history.

There’s a statue in his honour in the riverside Higginson Park. To find out what's on in Buckinghamshire today or this weekend, use the search box above to narrow down your required date.

Families on a budget can look out for a generous helping of free events taking place while there are plenty of fun activities for kids to do. Photograph: Alamy One of the most magical woodland walks I have come across.

Within minutes you are enveloped in a weird world of ancient trees, overhanging boulders and lush vegetation. Out on walks perhaps care may be advisable when opening gates or climbing stiles but, if you do, take a moment to think about what you feel.

Heed the cold steel of the metal five-bar gate and the way it slowly warms beneath your hand; feel the rough timbers of. The view looking north from the side of the Nab is a spectacular panorama of the Bowland Fells and ‘Three Rivers Country’ - where the Hodder, Ribble and Calder meet.

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Military Airfields of Britain: Northern Home Counties [Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Middlesex, Oxfordshire] Turbojet History and. Whether you fancy discovering ancient woods, dramatic clifftops, wild parklands or landscaped gardens, any one of these walks will bring you close to nature in a very special and cherished place.

Please click on an icon to select your route.Join us, Milton Keynes Natural History Society and Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust for a day dedicated to discovering nature. Location: Howe Park Wood Time: 11am - 4pm Suitable for all ages. The day will feature guided walks, talks, stalls, bug hunting and trails for children.

A free family fun day!Well, the nature reserve is really an excellent place for a good walk in the nature. You can start in the Mariahof which is open on Sunday afternoons pm, and there are a number of walks around the place in varying distances.

All the paths are very well tended so it’s an excellent place to bring young children.